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Tuesday, August 31, 2004


Kerim Friedman of Keywords introduces blogging to anthropologists in the latest issue of Anthropology News (login needed) of the American Anthropological Association.

The article, directed at the yet non-blogging anthro audience, can be read in full at Kerim's Wiki site. It is the first in the series of articles he is writing and co-editing about the role online publishing can play in anthropology.

AL and Mr PakLast week I had an online chat with Todd Thacker of Ohmynews, the result of which can be seen at the English-language site of Ohmy. The problem is that the Ohmynews site hasn't opened from here since yesterday, so I haven't seen the piece myself, but I suppose it's nothing for which I'd need to go hiding.

The picture to the right was perhaps used in the article; that's me and Mr Pak (see also the 2nd from right in the header picture) sharing farewell drinks in December '99.

No, that picture wasn't used, but there was another drink and snack pic from a situation which was quite typical. There are instances when certain degree of participant intoxication is necessary, but these are no company (hoesa) men; their own business goes bust if they don't get up early next morning, so they are usually quite modest with soju.
I like the irony of the small pic (on the right) Todd (?) put up in the main page of Ohmy International; the similar position of the arms in the right-hand part of the picture is unintentional, but perhaps the intended irony in the name of this blog is wearing thin...

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